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Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill


Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill is located at Disney Springs and brings a world renowned chef within reach for your next Disney vacation. The restaurant boasts laid back California cuisine with Mediterranean influences and takes on comfort classics. Reservations can be made 60 days in advance and are highly recommended. 

We were sat with a lovely view of the pizza kitchen for our meal on this particular evening.  The restaurant was elegant yet comfortable, perfect for a dinner after a day in the parks. 


We started the meal with a sangria and a beer, but they also have a delightful cocktail menu and wine selection. 

With our wonderful view of the pizza oven, we of course had to try one of the pizzas so we opted for the  Italian Sausage Pizza with pickled peppers, red onion, fresh mozzarella, and basil and it did not disappoint.  It was delivered hot and fresh to our table and those pickled peppers added such a nice special touch to your everyday sausage pizza. Delicious! 


For our second entrĂ©e we went with a classic Chicken Wienerschnitzel which was served with marinated tomatoes, dill cucumbers, and fingerling potatoes.  This piece of chicken was huge, it barely fit on the plate!  The fresh lemon added a bright touch and made for another tasty bite to our meal. 


We rounded the meal out with a side of Mac & Cheese which was cheesy and delicious!  We were unfortunately too full for dessert but what a wonderful meal we had! 


Have you tried Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill?  Let us know your favorites in the comments! 
 

Maci Schau
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks.  You can email Maci at maci@kingdomkonsultant.com.

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